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Modesto

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Fontana

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Moreno Valley

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Glendale

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Santa Clarita

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Napa

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Berkeley

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Los Angeles Airbnb Regulations in Limbo

Los Angeles City Council once again failed to lead a vote on new regulations governing short-term rentals in the city. In new rules first proposed in 2016, short-term rentals would be capped at 180 days per year and limited only to primary residences. Short-term...

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New Airbnb Regulations Imminent in San Diego

New regulations governing the use of residential properties for short-term rentals in San Diego appear to be closer to fruition. The San Diego City Council has long been discussing restrictions to limit the number of properties being rented on short-term rental...

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California Airbnb short-term rental news

San Diego hearing on Airbnb rental rules set for December

Long-stalled efforts to regulate San Diego’s growing volume of short-term rentals will be revived next month when the City Council will consider multiple proposals. Read more…

The Definitive FAQ on San Diego’s Vacation Rental Saga

After more than two years of tussling over policy proposals, the City Council had been set to vote on a handful of regulatory measures last week. But paralysis struck again. Read more…